Senior industry figures to debate North Sea outlookNews // April 21, 2010
More than 100 of the North Sea’s most senior oil and gas industry decision makers will debate the key issues surrounding the future of the region at the first Oil & Gas Outlook North Sea 2010 conference being held at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London from 27 - 29 April 2010.
Issues such as sourcing, accessing and raising new capital and investment; the role of the North Sea in the future of global E&P; maintaining production and slowing depletion rates; opportunities for the future in gas storage, decommissioning and abandonment, and renewable energy, carbon capture and sequestration are among the topics being discussed over three days.
The conference will address three main themes: capital raising and investment (Day 1: 27 April; North Sea challenges of today (Day 2: 28 April) and North Sea opportunities for the future (Day 3: 29 April).
This is the first year of the event which has attracted a top level speaker and panel line-up of senior VPs, CEOs, MDs, partners and heads of departments from companies and organisations including 3i, Barclays, Bayerngas Norge, BP, Capital Dynamics, Carbon Capture and Storage Association, Centrica, Chevron, Danish Energy Industry, Endeavour, Faroe Petroleum, GDF SUEZ UK, Premier Oil, Sea Energy Renewables, Total and the University of Aberdeen.
A full line-up of speakers and the conference programme can be viewed at: http://www.terrapinn.com/2010/northsea/conf.stm
Paul Gilbertson, marketing manager at conference organisers Terrapinn commented: “This is a unique opportunity for the most senior players in the North Sea industry to debate and interact on the strategic issues that are shaping its future.
“The conference will look at areas such as how companies can ensure they are well placed to gain funding, what needs to change to increase the commercial viability of the North Sea and the importance of the North Sea in the future of global E&P. It will also look to the future with debates on maintaining security of gas supply to Western Europe, the challenges of fiscal and regulatory regimes and how the North Sea can benefit from renewable energy.”
The conference structure has been designed to incorporate over eight hours of networking opportunities including CEO and director level interactive panel discussions, speed networking sessions and an online introductory service.
Delegates can attend for either two or three days.
Visit www.terrapinn.com/2010/northsea for all conference information.
Oil & Gas Outlook North Sea 2010 has been created and organised by Terrapinn. Terrapinn develops and organises conferences and events around the world for a wide range of industry sectors including energy and resources.